The Asiatic Black Bear comes from southern Asia. Most live in the hilly forest covered mountains. The population of the Asiatic bear is endanger of becoming extinct, mainly from poachers.
When you first see the Asiatic bear, you might think it was a black bear. The differences being, the Asiatic bear is smaller and has a thick long ruff of hair around it's face. There is a large crested shape, cream (to white) colored area on it's chest (the second photo on the right shows this marking). There is also some white hairs under the chin.
They like to eat insects, honey, fruits, nuts and berries. They have been known to eat domestic livestock.
Asiatic Black Bear from Henson Zoo
Watch as this bear rolls around MPG Movie